Euphoria Season 2 Finale Recap [Episode 8] Fan-Favorite character died

Euphoria Season 2 Finale Recap

Season 2 of Euphoria has come to an end after seven surprising and wild episodes. The finale, “All My Life, My Heart Has Yearned for a Thing I Cannot Name,” was written and directed by creator Sam Levinson. ‘Euphoria’ finale was run for an hour and two minutes. That’s not all that different from any other episode of the Zendaya drama we’ve seen in the previous year. Season 2 conclusion of ‘Euphoria’ was filled with tragic moments. Two characters were arrested after a fan-favorite character was shot and died. Let’s take a look at what transpired.

Euphoria Season 2  Finale picked up right after the cliffhanger from episode 7, which saw Maddy (Alexa Demie), Jules (Hunter Schafer), Kat (Barbie Ferreira), and a recently sober Rue (Zendaya) all have various, bemused reactions to Lexi’s (Maude Apatow) provocative play. Fez is getting set to see Lexi’s performance. He sends her a text message indicating he’s “on my way.” Lexi has reserved the nicest seat in the house for him. “Is everything good?” Fez inquires before departing. Before he leaves, Custer says he needs to speak with him about something. The cops found Mouse’s body, Custer virtually yells. Faye drops her drink and warns Fez to stay quiet because she knows Custer is collaborating with the cops.

Custer is killed by Ashtray.

Faye makes an attempt to defuse the situation. She claims Custer informed her that Laurie was the one who killed Mouse. Fez and Ashtray exchange signals, but Custer is stabbed in the throat by Ash before Fez can intervene. Custer’s mouth is covered by Fez so the cops won’t hear anything. Before putting Custer’s phone into a 7-Eleven cup, they wait for him to die. They’re all in deep trouble.

Euphoria Season 2 Finale Recap

Lexi and Fez had the opportunity to discuss the future before the performance. Lexi has her entire future mapped out, including children. Fez claims that he aspires to have a family like the one on Little House on the Prairie. They talk about social media. Fez does not have a social media presence. He doesn’t like it when a female stakes her entire life on it. He has no desire to “Google for scraps” on a girl. Lexi and Fez express their gratitude for becoming friends. Lexi glances at her phone during the play. She finds that Fez hasn’t responded to her SMS.

Cassie returns to the auditorium after Nate breaks up with her. She’s enraged to the point of rage. Rue sees Cassie’s heavy breathing. Suze catches Cassie in the back and realizes something is about to happen. Cassie makes her way down the aisle and onto the stage. Cassie snaps and lashes out at Lexi. Cassie snatches Lexi from behind and drags her onto the stage. Cassie mocks Lexi in front of the entire class. Suze, who is also on stage, tries to keep the situation calm. It’s not going well.

Euphoria Season 2 Finale Recap

Rue pays Elliot a visit before the play. She tells him that he was the one who saved her life. She also forgives him for revealing her true identity to Jules. Elliot performs Rue, a song he created. He inquires as to whether they can still be friends. Rue points out that Elliot was the one who said they wouldn’t get along. The play seemed to be heading south after Cassie’s meltdown. Rue begins a chant in Lexi’s honor. This provides Lexi the assurance she needs to keep going.

Fez instructs Ashtray to surrender when Custer dies. Fez claims he will bear the brunt of Ashtray’s actions. Ashtray is deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly de He snatches up firearms and ammunition. Fez urges Ashtray to join the queue and pay attention to him. When the cops arrive, Ashtray knocks Fez out and closes the bathroom door behind him. Fez begs Ashtray to open the door for him.

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Nate’s Father Has Been Arrested

Euphoria Season 2 Finale Recap

Cal is hanging out with some new pals when Nate arrives at his father’s business. When Nate was 11 years old, he discovered his father’s videos. After watching the films, Nate claims that he envisioned his father doing the same thing to him. Cal’s companions swiftly go. Nate claims that he has spent his entire life attempting to protect Cal, but that all Cal has done is despise him. Cal tells Nate that he loves him and that he should have guarded him. He is well aware that he has failed as a father. Cal says, “There’s nothing I regret more.”

The Death of the Ashtray In Euphoria Season 2

Back at Fez’s house, the cops slammed the door shut. Fez continues to plead with Ashtray to come out and surrender. Soon after, the cops open fire, and Fez gets caught in the crossfire. Fez screams as bullets fly by. Ash looks to be dead when an agent enters the restroom. Ashtray rises to his feet and fires at the cop. The laser suddenly focuses on Ashtray’s head. Fez is forced to watch his brother die after he is shot off-camera. After that, Fez is arrested, and his note to Lexi is left on the floor.

Euphoria Season 2 Finale Recap

Jules comes over to sit with Rue once the play is finished. She tells Rue how much she adores her and how much she misses her. Rue is deafeningly quiet. They exchange glances. Rue kisses Jules on the forehead a few times before walking away. Rue contacts Lexi the day after the performance and compliments her on her “amazing” performance. She invites you to come over and talk with her.

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Lexi’s play, Rue confesses, was the first time she was able to look back on her life without hating herself for what she’d done. Her performance “meant the world,” she tells Lexi. They discuss their fathers. Rue believes she still has a lot to learn from her father. She’s still enraged by it. Lexi says that when he stopped showing up, she felt relieved. She was always afraid that something awful would happen to him. Lexi’s play comes to an end when Rue consoles her.

Cassie has a bloody nose in the school toilet, and Maddy is icing her foot. Cassie explains that Nate had broken up with her right before she had a nervous breakdown. Before walking away, Maddy advises Cassie, “Don’t worry, this is just the beginning.”Rue says towards the end of the play that she kept clean for the remainder of the school year. She’s not sure if this sensation will endure forever, but she’s giving it her all. That is what is important.

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